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Elad Muskatel

Current upright bass player of the post-funk band The Apples and the Hebrew Chanson group Hadma'ot. In 2006-2011 Elad studied Jazz and Contemporary Music at The New School University and graduated under a full scholarship. In his NY career Elad has shared the stage with established musicians such as Daniel Carter, Gerry Hemingway Amir Ziv, William Parker, Yotam Silberstein, Junior Mance, Omer Avital, Ofer Ganor, Mathias Kunzli, Ziv Ravitz, Lukas Ligeti, George Colligan, Eyal Maoz and many more. He studied with well known artists such as: Reggie Workman, Lenny White, Joe Martin, Bob Cranshaw, Ben Street, Diane Moser, Rory Stuart, Tim Lefebvre, Joe Chambers, John Hebert, Cecil Bridgewater, , Richard Bukas, Jean Perla, Andy McKee, Michael Karn, Jane Ira Bloom, Andrew Cyrille.


The Hyungjin Choi Quartet: Brooklyn, December 7, 2010

Read "The Hyungjin Choi Quartet: Brooklyn, December 7, 2010" reviewed by Patrick Hanna

Hyungjin Choi QuartetPuppets Jazz BarBrooklyn, NYDecember 7, 2010 When the Hyungjin Choi Quartet played at Puppets Jazz Bar in Brooklyn recently, it was worth battling the brutal weather for an opportunity to see them perform. The band consisted of young musicians with a very unique sound. Drummer ...


Daniel Carter Quartet: Brooklyn, September 18, 2010

Read "Daniel Carter Quartet: Brooklyn, September 18, 2010" reviewed by Harrison Weiss

Daniel Carter QuartetThe Freedom GardenBrooklyn, New YorkSeptember 18, 2010 If you do not know about Daniel Carter, you are not to blame. For over thirty years Carter has been an New York musician, playing with free jazz innovators such as David S. Ware, William Parker, and Matthew Shipp, but has ...

Stay / 蕭賀碩

Label: Warner Bros.
Released: 2009


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